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Published: 0322 GMT July 22, 2019

‘Golnesa’ goes to 40th Durban film festival in S. Africa

‘Golnesa’ goes to 40th Durban film festival in S. Africa

Iranian director Sattar Chamanigol’s debut feature, ‘Golnesa,’ was accepted into the screening program of the 40th Durban International Film Festival in South Africa.

The film will have two screenings, on July 23 and July 28, at the South African festival, reported.

‘Gonesa’ narrates the story of ‘Golmammad’ and ‘Golnesa,’ a young Afghan couple, who are illegal immigrants and working in a traditional brick-making kiln. Following the events happening to them, their lives undergo certain changes.

South Africa’s longest-running film festival, the Durban International Film Festival generally runs across 12 days towards the end of July, presenting over 180 screenings of current films from around the world, with a strong focus on South African and African cinema.

The 40th edition of the event is currently underway until July 28.



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